NPMA 99B Form

The NPMA 99B Form, also known as the Wood-Destroying Insect Inspection Report, is a document used in the real estate industry. It is typically required during the process of buying or selling a home, particularly in areas where wood-destroying insects, such as termites, are prevalent.

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What is the HUD NPMA 99B form?

The NPMA 99B form is a vital document for those operating within the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) framework. It delineates the procedure for inspecting a property in alignment with HUD standards and mandates detailed information, such as particulars about the property, its inhabitants, and a clear account of the inspection's terms. Additionally, this form serves as a record of any discovered damage at the property and includes suggestions for necessary repairs or replacements.

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